The Best Education System Of The World

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Success defines who one is, what one has done, and where one is headed. In today’s day and age, every country is in the fight to be the best of the best. This mindset of becoming the superlative holds a lot of value to a country’s leaders as they believe it will lead them and their people to be the frontrunners of the world. Education has long been an area in which countries feel indicates how successful they are and will be. As a result, countries continue to adapt new policies and methods to ensure that their country’s children are receiving a superior education. France, while not as widely known as Japan or the United States, continues to fight to become the best education system in the world. In hopes to achieve this objective, French educators have allowed their schools to become a very competitive and goal-oriented environment. Furthermore, much emphasis has been placed on finding highly qualified teachers and identifying ways to improve education such as revising the scheduling of class time. When it comes to education in France, the phrase “competition brings out the best in us” is truly evident. For students, parents, and teachers, education is seen as an opportunity for one to challenge themselves and see what they can do. At a certain point in a student’s academic career, parents must select a field of study they wish their student to specialize in whether it be literature, economics, math and physical sciences, or biology (p. 24). From there, the
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